The former Chief Executive of United Lincolnshire Hospital NHS Trust, Gary Walker, tells MPs he is angry that health bosses do not regard him as a whistleblower.
Gary Walker also says that he was paid £325,000 when he left the trust, including £100,000 legal expenses.
He tells MPs that he agreed to leave because he was exhausted and his family had had enough.
What does the decision to appoint trust special administrators to run Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust mean?
The Health Secretary's response came after failings at Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust, which highlighted the suffering of hundreds of people.
The Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has today outlined new plans for NHS following the Stafford scadal